Is it possible to use av_interleaved_write_frame to mux already encoded audio data into the output stream?
Video is encoded via libavcodec but my audio source is a bitstream of already encoded eac3 data.
It’s not clear how to go about muxing this in successfully. Any tips or examples?
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>Is it possible to use av_interleaved_write_frame to mux already encoded
>audio data into the output stream?
>Video is encoded via libavcodec but my audio source is a bitstream of
>already encoded eac3 data.
>It¹s not clear how to go about muxing this in successfully. Any tips or
Davey, you should be able to use either av_interleaved_write_frame() or
av_write_frame() to mux your audio data.
As long as you write it in the order you receive it, either of those calls
should work for a frame of eac3 data.